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THK AB6H7S, THUK3DAT, JUNE 9, 1904.
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MISS STEPHENS WEDS
TENNYSON C. SCOTT
Marriage at Hume of tbe Bride's
Parents I .unci beris-Sulli-van
Miss Eunice Stephens, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Stephens, JMT
Eighth venae, was married to Tenny
son ('. Seotl la-t evening at J o'clock
at the bone of the bride's pa nuts by
Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor of the
Broadway Presbyterian church. A
wedding mareb was played by Miss
Alice Atkinson. After the cereaaony
a reception wa held and a Inachcon
erred to a small company of relatives
and intimate friends of tlx- contract
in? parties. Mr. .-Volt is employed a;
a machinist by the Bock Island road
The bride is o lady of pleasing addresf
and a graduate of the high school.
For the present the con pie will reside
at the home f the bride's parents.
Tin; marriage of Miss Marie Sulli
van to Edward X. Lnndberg t ok placi
last evening at 6 o'clock at the par
aonage of tbe Memorial Christian
church, the pastor. Rev. O. W. Law-
rence, performing the ceremony. .John
Lnndberg, brother of the groom, smd
Miss Anna Sullivan, sister of the lrid
attended the couple. Ifallowing the
ceremony t !i-r was a dinn r at Black
Hawk Watch Tower. The eouple have
gone to housekeeping in a flat on Plf-
teenth Btreet and Seventh umne. Mr.
Lund berg i- a mail carrier of this city,
and the bride hi daughter f Mr. ami
Mr--. John Sullivan, Twelfth street and
Qenerally Eair tonight and
Friday; no decided t lianye
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature at 7 a. m., 68;
at 2:'$0 i. in., 78.
Call for the new Kinship,
'-now halls" at Wilcher's.
For insurance. K. J. Hums,
Buy a home of Reidy l'.ros.
Meet in" at the J. S. Saturday.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Tin and furnace work at Wilcher's.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb'a.
Spencer S- Trefs for 'bus or express
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Order your fresh fish at 9cbroedere
Plenty of fresh river aU lake tih
i'V'i '. 1 1 nion ow.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Peterst nX 1314 Third avenue.
Have 3011 ordered your pas stove".'
the People's Power company.
Ice cream Kerved free tomorrow and
Saturday at vY. A. Ehleb'a (grocery.
Go to Muscatine Saturday on large
steamer J. s. Leaves at p. m.
lee cream served fr e tomorrow and
Saturday at . A. Ehleh's grocery.
Walline A Hamilton, express anc
transfer. Old 'phone 1070. new m.
Ice cream served free tomorrow aad
Saturday at V. A. Khlcii's grocery.
For lia and furnace work, see H. T
Sicmou, 1526 Fourth avenue, union 2S3
Cleaning, preaaing, repairing. New
Panitorium cluh, 1908 Second avenue
Dr. William H. Carl, dentist, cornel
Twenty-third street ami Fifth avenue
If you use Ball Bine, gjel Red Cross
Ball Hlue. Large 2 ox. package nl
Shorthand schottl at Brown's Bust
neea college pens M nday, June l'-:
$i:;.:.u for eight weeks.
Double Oven four-hole g.is stoves $1.
each. Connections made free. Peo
ple'i Power company.
Shorthand school at Brown's Bus!
ness college pen- M nday, June I !:
$13.50 for eight weeks.
Yellow clothes are unsightly. Keep
them white with Kcd t russ Blue. All
grocers sell large 2 ok. packages, .ic.
The cheapest and best single linr-ne-s.
wlop- and riding saddles in thf
city at Hilfinger's shop, 154M Second
Dr. P. K. Purdue Ikis moved his of
fiee and residence to til'. Twentieth
street. He wiO be pleased to prompt
ly attend calls day or night. Boil
It. D, Thomas has resigned as com
mercial teacher at the Rock Island
under GERMAN LAWS,
Is Excellent for
Lameness, Rheumatism, etc.
DR. RICHTER'S Worid-Ksn owned
I One well-known ;-so:r- letter out at n-rniv
0v Hints iwmnri matBKMaaj. . s
Il . I MitM.tt an4
1 Rheumatic Swellings. I have an
seen Or R'chTert ANCHOR"
j PAin tXrt.LLLK wr mar
veiiously.cmd therefore highly recotr
mend The wise. W.gy. bt.
2Sc and 0c at all druriitU or turoach
II. ki. Blester a to.. 16 f earl St.. w tars J
36 HIGHEST AWARDS.
liecomwtcnara oy pn-wiinrrii t-ny.
nciaru. i notrsnie ana r.rmu
high choo to accept an appointment
in the Central high school at -Minne
apolis at a salary of fl.200 per year.
For first class tailoring, pressing
cleaning and repairing go to .1. Le-
Veen, 171 4 Second avenue, over (ius-
tafson & Hayes. Prices to suit and
work guaranteed. Old 'phone 710 Y.
Afternoon excursion to Muscatine
Saturday. June 11. on steamer .1. S.
; Leave IJock Island at 2:30 p. m.. re
turn at 9 p. m. l'are. 50 cents round
trip. First trip of the season. Don't
The n.'.f of the kitchen of Paul
Paulen's lunch room. 3112 Fifth ave
nue, was slightly damaged by tire
shortly before noon today. The incip
ient flames were extinguished with a
few buckets of water.
The la-t rite- over the remains of
.Mrs. Ernest LoefHer were conducted
at the residence. 31- Fourth avenue,
this afternoon by Bev. C. A. lien
nieke, pastor of the German Luth
eran church. Burial look place in
( hippianm ck cemetery.
The monthly meeting of the Y. P.
I', of the United Presbyterian
church will he held tomorrow evening
at the home of Miss Minnie Frederick,
1126 Nineteenth street. The business
meeting at B o'clock ill be followed
by a program and social time.
Rev. li. 15. Williams, at the parson
age of the First Methodist church, at
U o'clock last evening, officiated at the
marriage of Philip Bourn and Miss
Eva May Smith, both of Davenport
Thegroom is employed at Rock Island
arsenal. The couple will reside in Dav
The will oT the late Hans H. Arp. of
this city, was probated in the county
court yesterday. A note held by tin
decedent against his brother. John
Christian Arp. is canceled, and the re
mainder of the estate is bequeathed
to the widow, Mrs. Wilhelxnina Arp
who is appointed to serve as execu
trix of the will without bond.
The sad announcement is made this
afternoi 11 that the condition of Mrs.
.1. M. Buford, who has been seriously
ill of pneumonia the peat few days, is
extremely critical. Dr. Derrick, the
lung specialist, arrived last evening
with 11. R. t able in the lalter's pri
vate car from Chicago, for si consul
tation over the patient with the local
physicians in attendance.
band of 50 musicians, accompan
ied by the largest portable pipe orgaa
ever built, furnish the music fur the
gorgeous spectacle. Jerusalem and the
Crusades, which Ringling lb-others
present as the opening feature of their
world's greatest uhows, to appear sit
Davenport, June is. Prof. Qanweiler,
tin- conductor, is a soloist of interna
tional reputation, and has supplied
the excellent music which has always
characterized tin- llinjrlinjt Brothers
.Teat circus exhibitions.
WORKMAN IS BUBIED FOOT
UNDER A FALLING GIRDER
Pen Larson was struck by a falling
16-foot stce girder at the Chase build
ing, in course of construction 11 Fif
teenth street, M'.line. today, and his
ody was buried to a depth of a foot
in the soft ground. Had the surface
been hard he would have been killed.
boll on the girder penetrated
through the left arm. while one cor
ner oi me t a inner neam struck in.-.
left side and made a large gash, but
fortunately did not teach the a belt ini
tial cavity. Larson will lie confined at
his home at least three month- with
LEONARD STROPES UNDER
ARREST ON SERIOUS CHARGE
Leonard St ropes, of Edgingtou town
ship, was arrested last night on a
warrant sworn out before Justice H.
If. Sch river by Miss Gertrude Baker
charging him with bastardy. A
change of venue was taken today to
the court of Justice . F. Schroeder.
iiss Baker also resides in Edgington.
Phe trial was continued till .tunc lf.
with Stropes under $" bond.
Trlnmph of Mmlsro Snrcerr.
Wonderful things arc done for the
human body by surgery. Orp-ans are
taken out and s-raped and polished
and put back, or they may l- removed
entirely; bones are spliced; pipes
lake the place of diseased sections of
reins; antiseptic ilres'n-- are applied
to wounds, bruises, bum- and like in
juries before in flam ti ' ' sets in,
which nail sea them to !:.; without
maturation and in one-third the time
r-piired by- the old treatment, ' ham- !
lerlain's Pam P.alm acts on law same
principle. It is an antiseptic, and when
applied to such injuries, cause them
to heal yery quickly. It also allays
the pain and soreness. Keep a bottle
of Pain Palm in vour home and it will
save you time and money , not to men- ;
tion the inconvenience and suffering
which such injuries entail. For sale !
by all druggi-ts.
Saloon Not 1. .-.
R. 1. IV genuine German lairer. made
of pure hops and mall, at Ponce de
Leon, opposite post office.
The opening of Diamon l palm jrar
den tonight. Aomission free.
H ith class vaudev ill-. nu iug pictures,
illustrated senirs at Diann nd peln
garden, beginning tonight. Admission
And Then It n, ..!.
Leadvfllc. Col.. June Four inches
of suow fell here today.
For sick headache take Chamber- ,
'ain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
a quick cure is certain. For sale by 1
The steamer .1. S. Is today running
between Keithsbuig and Oquawka
ind tomorrow vvill he tit Muscatine
en route to Hock Island, where she will
irrive Saturday morning at an early
hour, and take an excursion out of
; he tri-cities to Muscatine.
The Quincy arrived in this harbor
it o'clock this morning bound for
St. Louis. A larjre crowd was on
board, the passengers tilling the sec
ond deck to the railing. A large car
go of freight was taken out of here.
The Gipsy and Juniata were south
with logs. The Quincy came south
also. The Winona. Louise and Ruth
wen- north and Bohth and the Du-
bnque was here from St. Louis.
The stiige of water was 8.80 at 6 si.
in. and BJW at noon.
A slight rising tendency in the Mis
sissippi will continue at Le Claire and
D'ng'r H'ght Ch'ge
Line 8a.m. 24hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 14 T.: 0.3
Red Win'' 14 6.8 '"
Reed's Landing 12 7.4 ."
.a Crosse 12 "0.3
Prairie du Chien is 10.3 -J.4
Dnbuqne Is 11.7
.c Claire 10 6.6 "0.2
Davenport 15 8.8 '.'.'
Des Moines Rapids. . .. 4.0 0.l
SCeoknh 15 B.4 i.l
St. Louis 30 -'s.2 i.'-'
Kansas ( ity 1 19.2 -0.9
ROCK ISLAND ROAD'S NEW
KANSAS CITY-ST. LOUIS LINE
On the .1th of .lunc the t. Louis.
Kansas City A Colorado Railroad was
ompleted and opened for both freight
and passenger traffic between St.
Loin- and Kansas ity.
In the construction of the St. Louis.
Kansas City A- Colorado, the Rock Isl-
ind system, of which it is a part, has
established a new record, for not only
mi the line finished in six months
!es time than was considered pos
sible, but what is even more Impor
tant, it is built in a way that reflects
credit on all concerned. The claim is
made that the St. Louis. Kansas Citj
A I olorado will be recognized as su
perior to any other railroad, between
St. Louis and Kansas City. Never
before has so perfect a piece of new
track been built. The rails weigh 80
pounds to the yard; the bridges are
of steel; the culverts pre stone; tin
track is splendidly ballasted. Every
thing has been built to last, and al
though for a considerable portion ol
its length the line runs through :
country which is more or less broken
the grades are less than those of an
other railroad connecting St. Louis
and Kansas City".
t'ne feature of the new line which
will appeal t- the traveling pubtte e
that all trains, both easl ami wrest
bound, stop at tin- main entrance of
the world's fair, enabling passenger;
from al' points west of an ! including
Kansas City to reach the exposition
grounds with' ut chance of cars 01
tedious transfer in m. Louis.
a oav are
both directions between St. Louis am'
Kansas city, and through sleeping cat
ser ice as well established between St.
Louis and California via KI Paso, as
also between St. Louis and Colorado
This service will be Increased and ex
tec led as necessity demands.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
Sale oT rarlxlmnt Kiprn I'ackaara.
To Whom It May Concern: The ar
tidea named in the list posted in tin
"dice of the Adams Express company
No. isj; Second avenue, Rot k Island
III., will be sold to the highest bid. lei
Friday. June 17. r.i4. at in o'clock a
m.. by H. C Harris, auctioneer, at No
1813 Second avenue, K'K-k Island, III.
unless the goods he called for. a!
charges paid an 1 goods removed b
fore date of sale. H. P. BROWlf,
.1. L. Calhoun. General Acent.
Furnac la Rlaat aad Out.
Youngstotrn. O.. June 0. J. 6. But
ler. .lr.. chairman of the Ile-isenier 11r
Iron association, states that on June 1.
of the furnace tributary to the Iike
Superior ore region. 119 stacks were
in blast and forty-three out blast,
with a daily capacity of 51,007 tens.
Our display of
SHIRT WAIST-S U ITS in silk and wash
SKIRTS in voiles, brillian tines, mohairs,
f ancy light tweight. mixtures;
SHIRTL WAISFS-in swiss, lawn and silk
is at its best now.
Don't faiNo seewhat we are showing before
THE BEE HIVE
A Delicious and I ne v pensive Deiirrt
For Any Season.
In our house milk sherbet is the most
popular dessert on the hottest day of
Summer or the coldest day of winter.
To make it you take one quart of rich
milk, three lemons, three-fourths of a
pint of granulated susar and one ta
blespoonful of granulated white gela
tin. Put the gelatin to soak In half a
cupful of the cold milk, putting the
remainder of the milk to boil in a
farina boiler with half the stipar. Stir
well. When it boils add the soaked,
gelatin, remove from the fire and
stir until all is thoroughly dissolved.
Strain into the ice cream can; put
away to cool. While It cools prepare
the flavoring thus: Wash tin: lemons
well, dry them, grate the rind of one
and squeeze the juice of three in a
dish, add the remaining lutlf of the
sugar, stir and mix thoroughly; stand
in a cool place until needed.
Pack the tub in which the freezer is
placed in the regular way with very
finely broken ice and co:txso salt. Pour
the lemon and sugar into the prepared
milk. Cover and freeze in the or
dinary way. which will take from fif
teen to twenty minutes. Remove the
dasher, pack away ami g-ive at least
one hour to ripen before using. If
these directions are followed exactly
the result will be most satisfactory,
producing a delicious and inexpensive
dessert for live or six persons. Table
In blending Hour and water for
thickening, if a fork is used, it will not
A little lemon juice added to the wa
ter for mixing pastry Improves the fla
vor and helps to make it light.
If you w ish a cake to be liiiht put it
Into a very hot oven at first and let
the oven cool after the first twenty
For every use to which brandy is or
dinarily put in cooking boiled cider Is 1
just as good. Boil sweet cider till re
duced to one-fourth its original vol
ume. Bones for soup should le chopped
quite small and the stock in which
they are put allowed to simmer only,
never to actually boil. If you want to
extract all the goodness.
A scant half cupful of strained toma
toes placed on the pan where lamb or
mutton is roasting greatly improves
the flavor of the meat. The tomato of
course Is used in the basting.
A Dnlnty llniih.
A sublimated sort of hash which de
serves a more euphonious name la pre
pared very quickly and easily. Cold
meat of any kind Is put through the
chopper, care being taken to eliminate
gristle, etc. To this are added mashed
potatoes In the proportion of one-third,
half the quantity of canned tomatoes,
a very small portion of grated onion
and pepper and salt to tast". Cover the
bottom and sides of a baking dish with
cracker crntnbs. put in the hash, strew
more crumbs upon the top and let it
hake gently for fifteen minutes. Cau
be used either hot or cold.
Irlven to Desperation.
hiving at an out of the way place,
remote from civilization, a family is
often driven t desperation in case of
accident, resulting in burns, cuts,
rounds, ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of
BneJdenB Arnica Salve. It's the best
on earth, .'.c. at Hart. A I'llemeyer's
Subscribe for The Argus.
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West Second Street
OtUcago, June 9 Following are tbe open
ins, highest, lowest ana closing quotations
la today's market:
JulT. 87 87 V f6'i 81N
Sept., 81; 81 H; MS; MX.
July 49: 4Ss : 4: 48',
Sept.. 4S,; 48'; 473i ; 4.
Dec, s; 43-: 43-.
July. 39S: &9X ; wS. 3v
Sept.. 3i' : m :3i,.
Dec, tl; UK; 3m: al .
July. 12 as 12 is nft; 12 in
Sept.. 12.-25; 12.15: 12.27; 12.31'.
July. 6 60: t5.67: 6i: 660
Sept.. 677; S5; 6.75; 6.7.i.
July. 67. 7.60: 6 66, 60S
Sept. 7.10: 7 20; 7 10: 7.12.
Receipts today: Wneat 25. corn ?s:, oats
61, nogs 21.000; cattle 7, mm. sheep 8 000.
Hog market ocened steady to strong.
I,ignt. . '',' mixed ana outcc
?rs. 04 6xa.soo good heavy. 64.0J&5 OS; roupD
heaw f4 60&S4.80.
Cattle market opened strong
Sheep market opened strong to 10c higher.
Union stock yards 6:46 a. nj
Hog market st ady to 5c lower
T.Ifht. 64 554 01; mixed and outcners. 4.60
a 95 good neavy. H.iioan 07; rougn heavy.
Cattie market steady.
Beeves H 3')&M0. rows and heifers 1 40
ail. 90. Rtockers and lceders 64 KKii.fcvltO. Texas
steers 4 iO6A.i0.
Sneep market steady.
Hog market closed ste-ulv.
Lignt. ' v&i : mixed .nd butchers 64 80
S4 0S good heayy, 4 0oaiy7; rough heavy.
4 00a 75.
cattle market closed steady.
Snecp max'Ket closed steady
New Vork Stock a.
New York, June o Tiie following are tne
closing quotations on the New York tock
Sugar 126. Gas C R. 1. & P. 20 V South
ern l'acittc MX, 11. & o. 79. Atchison com
mon 70V Atchison ptd. :iv c. M. & St. P.
MIX, Manhattan I44fc. copper tOjg, W. U.
Tel. Co. sr. L. & N 108. G & A. :'8V Rdg.
common MX, Can. Pacific lis Leataer. com
mon It K T. 47. Pacific Mail I
S. Steel pld. L4'. V. S. Steel common 0.
Penua. 114. Mo. Paclnc uv Untou Pacitic
HIV coal and iron 3iH, Krie common 21
Wanash pfd :u Car tounary 17'.. C. &
V. 13, Rep. Steel pfd Rep. Steel com
mon 6'i New York Central n.'V llllro.s
LOCAL HAKKKT VONDITIOMtt.
Today's Uaoratluna on Provision.
Ntock. reed anil Fnl.
Rock Island, June 9 Polio wine ar- tnc
wholesale (jntitationw on tbe local market:
Butter Creamery is :aS0c, dairy 15c to ir.c
Kggs Presh He.
IV.ve poultry Spring chicken 61 per
dozen: nens loc per rauua, turkeys 10c
pound, ducks Sc, geese 8c
Vegetable Potatoes i. Onions 61.50.
Cattle Steers 13 50 to it. Ml. cow am
heifers 62.00 to 63.75. c alves 13.00 to J4.75
Hogs Mixed and butchers t4 35 to 04.50
Sheep -Yearlings or over. 3.50 ti. 15 oe
Lambs 65.00 to tv, uo
Keed nod FoeL
Grain Corn 52 to 55c: oats 43c(T(iflc.
Forage Timothy hay 611.00 to 1S; prairie
69 to 10.50. straw 50
Wood Hara.per load 65.50.
Coal -Lump, per bushel 14c. slack, rer
Swffutt atostrivs Rats and Met.
Many readers of this paper have been
greatly annoyed the last month or so with
an unusual number of rats and mice, or
both. Traps have been of no avail in
ridding them of these pests. We are glad
to tell them that science has discovered a
means of driving rats and mice from the
house to die. This is Stearns' Electric Hat
and Roach Taste. Its sale has been re
markable, and it never fails. If you cannot
get the Paste of your dealer, write direct to
the Stearns" Klectric Paste Co.. Tribune
Ruilding, Chicago. I1L, and it will be sent
to you express prepaid on receipt of price.
It is easy to use. and rids the house of rats,
mice, cockroaches, etc. Small size, 25c;
Hotel size, eight times the quantity, $1.00. 30
SOLD LV T. H. THOMAS.
M atBssT a For Dru
For Drunkenness and
Please write us.
Ut THE PARENT
The Man Who
Knows us and our brands of li
quors and wines or he should get
acquainted with us and them fi-rlh-with.
There's no particular pa
rade about this establishment, but
there is a wlede lot of inferior com
forters and at much lower prices
than you'll Cud elsewhere.
BiGHT .NOW IX THE HEART OF THE SEASON.
For the Next 10 Days
One Quarter Off
25 per cent discount on
I all short lots of one, two
One Half Price
We want to clean up our stock and ltinc von the benefit.
Fine papers for an etire room will only cost
. . $1.00 . .
I ADAMS WALL PAPER CO I
312-314 Twentieth Street 3 Rock Island.
To St. Louis and Return
Special excursion tickets will be sold l. the Burlington
Route June 13, and will be giMd ( r the return trii ai any time
within seven davs. They x ill be accepted in coaches and chair
cars, on any Burlington train to or from St. Louis.
This is your opportunity to sec the World's fair at small cost
before the hotels and rooming houses become crowded and while
the exposition is still brighl and gorgeous.
Ask me for a World's Fair map, guide and pamphlet of Infor
mation. It is free
M . J . YOUNG,
'Plumes, ol! lisn, new "'-.
w One side of our Rug; the other is
& r o.K i s i a
2225 4th Ave, Kock islana. Uia
i WHEN IN DOUBT
years of successful experience
vate Diseases of both sexes. Eleven years permanently located in T
i Davenport, where he has cured thousands oi eases of Chronia DIk-
3, cases pronounced incurable by others, proves conclusively that Dlt. ,j,
WALS:i is the Beat and Most Bucceaafal Bpedallat in the Tri-Cities.
Dr. Wal h Cvircs When Others FaJl.
N rvovis Dcrbilily.
Kleepiessneas, Stricture, VYeshness .f Men, Failing Memory. Mental
Delusions. Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Blood Diseanes,
Scrofula, Piles, and Kidney Diseases.
Suffering from Nervous Exhaustion. Headache. Backache, Constips
tion, Neuralgia. Palpitation f tlie Heart, or any other disease pecu
liar to the sex, shm!d consult Dr. Walsh and get the benefit of his
UKMXJ4BI IT PAY8 TO CONSULT THE BUST FIRST.
V:bra.ti?n .rd Electricity
SO years experience t:as made Dr. VTalah a Bsnater of these methods
"f curing chronic diseases. He uses all forms of Electricity, including
t'aradism. Galviuism, Cataphoreaia, Biensoidsi, Static and High Fre
is a trettUcal cause -f nervous aed physical decline. Whv tret niiittn
with others when v.e tail poaiti-.cly cure you in from one to three
i. Only cnrabla caseh taken. If
4 cured by mail.
4 HOUUS: & to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7
H4'M"i:i'M"l m.,hHH -
any paper in the store, and v
or three rooms o at
Do It Now! S
Telephone us to
call for your Car
pets und huve
them cleaned, re
laid, and those old
Carpets worn by
beating (the old
way) made into
just like it.
m n mifz m
f none J519 W; New 'Phone, 5001. jjj
in curing Chronic. Nervous and Pri
DB, J. E. WALSH.
you cannot call, write. Hundreds
to 8 p. m.; Sunday, 1 1 : 30 to 1 : 30 p. m.
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